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Human Rights Watch Film Festival

Ten of the 1§4 films at the London Human Rights Watch Film Festival are directed or co-directed by women.
from Human Rights Watch on Feb 15, 2020.

Migration Museum reopens

The Migration Museum opens its doors to the public at a new venue in Lewisham Shopping Centre on 14 February.
from Migration Museum on Jan 28, 2020.

'Let’s occupy the schools. Let’s occupy the theatres. Let’s occupy [...]

A Brazilian students' protest performance - and a mass sleepover occupation in Battersea.
from Battersea Arts Centre on Jan 8, 2020.

The Future is Female

Artists from Nigeria, Zimbabwe, South Africa and Morocco are featured in 'The Future is Female', which "seeks to bring more visibility to women within art history and art practice".
from Bulger Buel Gallery on Jan 1, 2020.

The search for a place to call home

'Autoreverse' is the true story of one family’s determination, having fled from Argentina to Chile, to find a place to call home.
from Battersea Arts Centre on Dec 25, 2019.

A testament to the Latinx community in the UK

A testament to the Latinx community in the UK, including immigrant, British-Latinx, queer, Afro-Latinx, Hispanic, Lusophone, and other mixed Latin-American backgrounds.
from Actors Centre on Dec 20, 2019.

watchAUT for an Austrian-eye-view of the world

Ghana's huge ewaste site, fighting greenwash, a hazardous refugee boat rescue, the mental stress of Syrian exiles, the ravages of global mining.
from watchAUT on Dec 3, 2019.

Looking at a melting world

'Meltdown: Visualizing Climate Change' features work in three chapters - The Importance of Glaciers, Current Issues and Meltdown Consequences.
from Horniman Museum on Dec 2, 2019.

Migrants on the move - and in the movie

The London Migration Film festival: human stories about people who at some point in their lives decided to move. Nothing could be simpler and more complicated than that.
from London Migration Film festival on Nov 25, 2019.

Surpassing the Eternally Mysterious Afro-surreal

Cameroon artist Okpu-Egbe addresses "issues regarding climate change, patriarchy, hate, racism, West Papua, Ambazonia, West Sahara, Syria, CAR, and Myanmar.
from Bulger-Buel Gallery on Nov 4, 2019.
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